1 in 5 women will experience pelvic pain across their lifetime and 1 in 4 will experience urinary incontinence.
1 in 9 women will be diagnosed with endometriosis and on average this will take 6.5 years.
BIEN Australia is founded by a pelvic floor physiotherapist after experiencing the limitations and difficulties presented by the options available on the market.
BIEN Australia is committed to improving pelvic pain solutions by designing affordable, attractive and effective products that are paired with expert information and educational resources.
About the Co-founder
Georgia Reupert-Allen is a physiotherapist and expert in womens health and pelvic floor physiotherapy. Frustrated by the expensive, untested, or medicalised appearance of the options that were available for her clients, Georgia and the team at BIEN Australia set out to not only design a suite of products that are the sexiest and safest available, but also create a brand that helps to normalise conversations around pelvic pain and pelvic floor dysfunction.
Georgia owns and operates a womens health physiotherapy clinic and has extensive knowledge and expertise in a wide range of areas including: - Vaginismus - Vulvodynia - Endometriosis - Dyspaurenia - Prolapse - Incontinence - Perineal trauma
Bachelors of Physiotherapy (Honours) – Monash University
Post Graduate Certificate in Conservative Management of Pelvic Organ Prolapse – University of South Australia
Women’s Pelvic Health Physiotherapy Level 1 (APA)
Psychological considerations in the treatment of vaginismus (APA/WHTA)
Prolapse and Stress Incontinence - An advanced Level 3 Pelvic Floor Course (WHTA)